Mérieux NutriSciences Online Training Academy

Mérieux NutriSciences introduces computer-based self-directed eLearning training on an easy-to-use platform. Scroll down to view our catalog of online training.

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Upcoming Sessions

  • Basic Seafood HACCP -Portland, OR Day 1


    Starting:
    10/04/2022 @ 08:00 AM (GMT-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
    Ending:
    10/04/2022 @ 05:30 PM (GMT-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
  • Basic Seafood HACCP -Portland, OR Day 2


    Starting:
    10/05/2022 @ 08:00 AM (GMT-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
    Ending:
    10/05/2022 @ 05:30 PM (GMT-07:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
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Environmental Monitoring Implementation Practices and Procedures  An Aseptic Swabbing Techniques Training Program for Sampling the Environment and Equipment Environmental monitoring is an important component in a food safety program. An environmental monitoring program helps companies measure the effectiveness of contamination control measures, such as good manufacturing practices (GMPs) and sanitation in the food processing environment. A well designed environmental monitoring program can be used to detect the presence of foodborne pathogens and indicator microorganisms on food equipment, food contact surfaces, non-food contact surfaces and in the food facility environment. While sampling protocols and techniques vary among companies, this program will provide you with practical guidelines to ensure best practices. The 10 part training program was also specifically designed to enable you and your manager to discuss the specific details of your sampling program. Lesson Topics: Microbiological Concerns and Monitoring Importance of Employee Hygiene and Protective Gear Preparation of Supplies for Sample Collection Preventing Cross-Contamination Overview of the Environmental and Equipment Monitoring Program Aseptic Swabbing Techniques Using Sponges Aseptic Swabbing Techniques Using Cotton Tip Swabs Sampling Varied Surfaces Procedures to Ship Samples Appendix A. EnviroMap This course will be available to you for 1 year from the date of purchase.​ Looking for this training in Spanish? Click here. Read More

Environmental Monitoring Implementation Practices and Procedures Group Training An Aseptic Swabbing Techniques Training Program for Sampling the Environment and Equipment Environmental monitoring is an important component in a food safety program. An environmental monitoring program helps companies measure the effectiveness of contamination control measures, such as good manufacturing practices (GMPs) and sanitation in the food processing environment. A well designed environmental monitoring program can be used to detect the presence of foodborne pathogens and indicator microorganisms on food equipment, food contact surfaces, non-food contact surfaces and in the food facility environment. The food safety experts at Mérieux NutriSciences have drawn upon their knowledge of the microbial ecology of food plants to develop this training material. It is our goal to provide you with a comprehensive training program that is both practical and scientifically sound. While sampling protocols and techniques vary among companies, this program will provide you with practical guidelines to ensure best practices. The 10 part training program was also specifically designed to enable you and your manager to discuss the specific details of your sampling program. Lesson Topics: Microbiological Concerns and Monitoring Importance of Employee Hygiene and Protective Gear Preparation of Supplies for Sample Collection Preventing Cross-Contamination Overview of the Environmental and Equipment Monitoring Program Aseptic Swabbing Techniques Using Sponges Aseptic Swabbing Techniques Using Cotton Tip Swabs Sampling Varied Surfaces Procedures to Ship Samples Appendix A. EnviroMap Included with your purchase: Instructor manual Student manual Blank certificate to document employee training Looking for this training in Spanish? Click here. Read More

Special Offer We've combined our English and Spanish language versions of Environmental Monitoring Implementation Practices and Procedures for the special discounted price of $299. What you'll get: English and Spanish language versions of the training program Instructor Manuals (English and Spanish) Student Workbooks (English and Spanish) Certificates to Document Employee Training Environmental Monitoring Implementation Practices and Procedures  An Aseptic Swabbing Techniques Training Program for Sampling the Environment and Equipment Environmental monitoring is an important component in a food safety program. An environmental monitoring program helps companies measure the effectiveness of contamination control measures, such as good manufacturing practices (GMPs) and sanitation in the food processing environment. A well designed environmental monitoring program can be used to detect the presence of foodborne pathogens and indicator microorganisms on food equipment, food contact surfaces, non-food contact surfaces and in the food facility environment. You play a critical role in ensuring the safety and quality of your product when you collect samples for your company’s environmental monitoring program. The food safety experts at Mérieux NutriSciences have drawn upon their knowledge of the microbial ecology of food plants to develop this training material. It is our goal to provide you with a comprehensive training program that is both practical and scientifically sound. While sampling protocols and techniques vary among companies, this program will provide you with practical guidelines to ensure best practices. The 10 part training program was also specifically designed to enable you and your manager to discuss the specific details of your sampling program. This program can be presented in a large group setting with a facilitator or in single learner sessions. A downloadable digital instructor manual and student manual is included with the program. A certificate is also included to document employee training.  Lesson Topics: Microbiological Concerns and Monitoring Importance of Employee Hygiene and Protective Gear Preparation of Supplies for Sample Collection Preventing Cross-Contamination Overview of the Environmental and Equipment Monitoring Program Aseptic Swabbing Techniques Using Sponges Aseptic Swabbing Techniques Using Cotton Tip Swabs Sampling Varied Surfaces Procedures to Ship Samples Appendix A. EnviroMap Read More

Fat, along with ash, protein, moisture, and fiber make up what are referred to as the proximate analyses in food chemistry. Proximate, meaning close or approximate, references the fact that these are tests that don’t assay for a specific molecule, but rather identify a general class of compounds by a particular characteristic.  Historically, many agricultural commodities such meats and dairy products have been traded and priced based on their fat content. Because of fat’s nutritional and commercial significance, it remains a critical element of Food Chemistry.   At the conclusion of this course you will earn a certificate of completion that you can download and keep for your records. There will also be an option to download a PDF copy of the lesson content to keep and use as a reference.  This course will be available to you for 1 year from the date of purchase. Read More

Fiber, along with ash, protein, moisture, and fat make up what are referred to as the proximate analyses in food chemistry. Proximate, meaning close or approximate, references the fact that these are tests that don’t assay for a specific molecule, but rather identify a general class of compounds by a particular characteristic.  This short course is intended to give you a basic understanding of fiber analysis and the primary testing methods used to test food for crude and dietary fiber content. At the conclusion of this course you will earn a certificate of completion that you can download and keep for your records. There will also be an option to download a PDF copy of the lesson content to keep and use as a reference.  This course will be available to you for 1 year from the date of purchase. Read More

Understanding the requirements for ingredient statement food labeling and the specific requirements and formats dictated by the FDA and USDA can be tricky. In this short course, we demystify the requirements and formats required for FDA and USDA regulated. This short course will also teach how existing and new food additives are determined to be generally recognized as safe (GRAS) for use in food. Additional areas of focus in this course include ingredient statements, food additive function and category use, and ingredient statement labeling formats. Who should take this course Quality assurance, laboratory, manufacturing, and beginner regulatory professionals who want to understand the basics of ingredient food labeling regulatory requirements. *Note: This course will be available to you for 1 year from the date of purchase. A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course.​ Read More

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